Difference between Aerospike and AllegroGraph
1. Aerospike :
The Aerospike is a flash-optimized in-memory open-source NoSQL database and named after the eponymous company that produces it. It is a key-value data store designed to deliver sub-millisecond response time for real-time big data applications. The three main components of Aerospike are Aerospike Database Server, Aerospike Smart Clients and Aerospike Management Console.
2. AllegroGraph :
The AllegroGraph is a high performance, persistent RDF store with additional support for Graph DBMS. It operates as a Document Store designed for storing, retrieving and managing document-oriented information, in JSON-LD format. The first version of AllegroGraph was release in 2004.
Difference between Aerospike and AllegroGraph :
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|1.||It was developed By Aerospike in 2012.||It was developed By Franz Inc. in 2004.|
|2.||It is a flash-optimized in-memory NoSQL database.||It is a high performance, persistent RDF store with additional support for Graph DBMS.|
|3.||The license of Aerospike is open-source.||The license of AllegroGraph is commercial.|
|4.||Server operating system for Aerospike is Linux.||Server operating systems for AllegroGraph are linux, OS X and Windows.|
|5.||It does not support XML Format.||It also does not support XML Format.|
|7.||Supported partitioning method is Sharding.||The partitioning can be done with Federation.|
|8.||It does not support SQL query language.||It uses SPARQL as query language.|
|9.||It supports only one replication method : Selectable Replication Factor.||It supports two replication methods : Master-Slave Replication and Multi-Master Replication.|
|10.||Aerospike does not provide the concept of Referential Integrity. Hence, no Foreign Keys.||AllegroGraph also does not provide the concept of Referential Integrity. Hence, no Foreign Keys.|
|11.||It supports in-memory capabilities.||It does not support in-memory capabilities.|
|12.||It offers an API for user-defined Map/Reduce methods.||It does not offer any API for user-defined Map/Reduce methods.|
|13.||It only supports atomic execution of operations.||It supports ACID properties.|
|14.||It’s primary database model is Key-Value Store.||It’s primary database models are Document Store, Graph DBMS and RDF Store.|